> Should we create svn branches for the students already? Unless we
> plan to
> switch to git some time soon (wink wink nudge nudge :-), I think we should
> do it a.s.a.p. to let people start working even before the official GSoC
> beginning if they feel like it, any objections? If not, should I just
> create the branch for the student whom I'm mentoring or will William
> all branches at once? And, if I do need to create it myself, should we
> branch from rel-2.0.5 or the current trunk?
> I'd also like to use slightly different branches names if possible: the
> current convention is to use gsoc$YEAR-$STUDENT (see
> http://swig.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/swig/branches/) but this is not
> terribly clear for someone not intimately familiar with the project so
> about using gsoc$YEAR-$PROJECT-$STUDENT or, perhaps, just
> as presumably the students know which project they're working on anyhow?
> E.g. something like gsoc2012-c-backend[-leif.middelschulte] for the Leif's
> project that I'd be mentoring?
Yes, I can set up branches now. Can all the GSoC students please send me
their SourceForge usernames, as the branches are named after SF
usernames. Vadim's idea of adding in the project name to give more
context to the branch name is a good idea too.
My SourceForge username is: neha1
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